Monday, November 10, 2014

The Holidays Have Officially Arrived at My Booths!

Hey all!  Yet another weekend where I didn't buy anything.  However I had plenty to take to my booths, since the holidays are upon us!  I didn't move a whole bunch around that was already there, but I added quite a bit!  Here's a peek at what it looked like before I spent 4 1/2 hours there on Friday afternoon.


The New Booth:


Can you spy any vintage Christmas?

 I need a sale with tons of 45s.
I can barely keep them in stock.

I spy a vintage chenille wrapped Christmas wreath.

A little bit of Lefton holly berry pattern.
Perfect for Christmas.
And added a bag of Jewelbrite ornaments.

Other bits of vintage Christmas.

And some more.

I even hung some bottle brush wreaths on the wall.

Added a bag of vintage Japan santas.




I filled a huge enamel basin with baggies of little vintage Christmas bits.


The Old Booth:

How do you like my new Christmas color themed display?
I surprising don't have a ton of red things in my booth.

 I changed up the postcard display from general postcards.
Now the 3 upcoming holidays are up there.










 I try to use up every little space in my booth.
Even this small space in between the beam.
I wish I had a little shelving unit that fit in here.

 A whole shelving unit full of Christmas.

 And a table full too!


I'm linking up this week with:

12 comments:

  1. Melissa, you've got a great amount of Christmas stuff (of course you do, it's what you love collecting!), and it looks really good. Love how you have the red/green display. We have one dlr in our mall who does an entire display of Fiesta (incl tree with creamers) in green & red each year. We have had trouble with sticky fingers in the past, but I love the bowl with grab bag vintage stuff for sale.
    I hope your acctg test went well. It's hard to give almost 5 hrs to the booth when you have so much else going on, I know, but I'm sure it'll pay off. Happy holidays!
    Rita

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  2. How fun it is to re stock a booth... and with vintage Christmas goodies! Ahhhhhh! I am starting to miss mine now! :) Thanks so much for sharing with my "Let's Talk Vintage" linky party!

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  3. How fun to restock a booth.... especially when you have tons of vintage Christmas goodies! I am starting to miss my old booth now! :)
    Thank you for taking part in my "let's talk vintage" link party!

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  4. You did all that in four hours!?! I have started sprinkling in a few new Christmas items, but generally I leave seasonals out all year. Do your booths stay that neat all the time? I am jealous.

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  5. Your booth looks really neat. Can't believe all those antique Christmas ornaments, sure remember
    those as a kid........Where are you located??
    Also remember a lot of your wares, guess that would make me an antique too!! lol
    Have a great day,
    Blessings, Nellie

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  6. I couldn't wait to look at your post and feel like I was walking through your booth. I need a buggy though! I love vintage Christmas goodies! Hugs, Diane

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  7. I wish your booth was close by, I would definitely enjoy browsing around...Christine

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  8. You have a TON of goodies there! So much to look at and choose from and that's the fun of going vintage shopping! Love all the pretty ornaments also!

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  9. Your booth is looking so colorful and festive! You do a really good job with merchandising. Love the post card display too. Thanks Melissa for sharing at Vintage Inspiration Party.

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  10. I just love old Christmas decorations! Especially glass ornaments!

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  11. Great looking booth! I love your postcard display and the box full of vintage ornaments. So fun :) Thanks so much for sharing the Make it Monday Party! Hope to see you again next week.

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  12. Your booth looks fabulous Melissa! I love the soda crates full of ornaments. And of course the red and white canisters and the blow mold Santa. Because I have ones just like them. Thanks for sharing with SYC.
    hugs,
    Jann

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